Dr. Camilo Molina’s clinical interests are dedicated to all aspects of spine management. He specializes in back pain, degenerative back and neck disorders, herniated, ruptured, bulging or slipped discs, myelopathy, nerve compression associated with low back pain, radiculopathy, sciatica, scoliosis with minimally invasive surgery and extreme deformity, spinal stenosis, spondylolisthesis, cervical disc disease, spinal tumors, and neck deformity.
Dr. Molina partners with his patients to create a care plan that could include non-surgical treatment options and, if necessary, surgery. Minimally invasive spine surgery or complex reconstructive spine surgery for adults would be done at Barnes-Jewish West County Hospital or Barnes-Jewish Hospital. Washington University physicians and BJC HealthCare accept most health insurance plans, including those listed below. If you have questions, please contact your insurance company.
Dr. Molina is the recipient of the Johns Hopkins Department of Neurosurgery Harvey Cushing Research Award and the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine Excellence in Medical Student Research Award. He is also the recipient of the AO Spine Hansjorg Wyss Foundation Award from AO Spine, the leading global academic community for innovative education and research in spine care.
“Washington University is world renowned for its expertise in all spectrums of spine disease. Patients will have access to multidisciplinary teams of experts performing the most advanced and evidenced-based techniques. Most importantly, we pride ourselves on sincerely caring for our patients and their outcomes. I promise to provide compassionate individualized care that strives to offer the least invasive solution for achieving successful treatment goals and rapid recovery.”
Outside of caring for patients, Dr. Molina loves running in Forest Park with Brody, his Samoyed puppy, and discovering new things to do and places to eat in the city of St. Louis, as well as traveling and immersion in different cultures.
Washington University School of Medicine (St. Louis, MO)